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CEREMONY OF SAN PEDRO or Wachuma, it is not a drug or hallucinogen, it is a sacred plant that has been used for thousands of years; It was even used by the Incas as a very important part of their worship ceremonies to the Sun God among others. The San Pedro ceremony has been practiced to this day by direct heirs of our culture, who still survive today.
The name of San Pedro was born in colonial times, where the conquerors associated this plant with the Christian saint who holds the keys to paradise.
The San Pedro ceremony is a highly recommended experience that does not have many restrictions, thanks to its mild effects, which make it more spiritual and get to know your own inner “I”; cleanse and heal your heart, your thoughts and imagination.
Heal your body, purify and free your spirit of light and love. Open your heart, sharpen all the senses. Your whole being re-connects with the nature of the universe, being us part of the universe; connects you with the four elements “EARTH, FIRE, WATER, AIR” that are part of the Pachamama (mother earth).
Cusco Hotel Transfer
Our great experience begins by picking you up from your respective hotel to go to the place chosen by our Andean Chaman. The entire ceremony takes place outdoors, and we regularly perform them at energetic and spiritual points outside the city of Cusco. This ceremony is accompanied by a light walk since the places chosen are generally sacred mountains.
From the beginning we will start the ceremony taking different amounts of this sacred plant, until the end of the tour, where together with our Andean Chaman, we will feel the effects of San Pedro and the ceremony will reach its highest point.
The experiences of San Pedro are different in each person, thanks to the fact that our moods, personalities and spiritual ills are different.
In the afternoon we will start our short walk until we reach our private transport that will take us back to the city of Cusco.